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City council passes modest updates to Atlanta's tree ordinance

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...After a pair of recent multi-year efforts to rewrite Atlanta's tree ordinance sputtered, City Council on Monday passed several revisions to the city's dated rules, the first new measures approved in years.... ...Kathryn Kolb, a naturalist and conservationist who has been active in efforts to modernize the ordinance, said Monday's updates were progress, but called on the council to move swiftly next year on the next round of changes....

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Tuesday's Senate runoff will settle one race and many questions - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...Tuesday's Senate runoff will settle one race and many questions   The Atlanta Journal Constitution...

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"Tripledemic" of flu, COVID and RSV jams Ga. ICUs with sick kids, adults - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...Hugo Scornik, a local pediatrician and former president of the Georgia chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics. "We always say pediatrics is a winter sport because we are used to seeing flu cases in the winter.... ...In Georgia, only 20% of people who are age-eligible for flu vaccine have been immunized so far this season, according to data from the state Department of Public Health obtained by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution....

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Application now open for DeKalb County school superintendent job

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...DeKalb County Board of Education conducts a board meeting Monday, April 18, 2022, in Stone Mountain, Ga. (Jason Getz / [email protected])...

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'Breakdown' Episode 20: It's All Politics

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...In the latest episode of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Breakdown" podcast, AJC political reporter Greg Bluestein talks about the political implications of the Fulton County special purpose grand jury investigation into Donald Trump and his allies. (Ben Gray)...

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Georgia man pleads guilty to Jan. 6 charge

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...Capitol riot, Duluth resident John David Ross Gould wandered right to the door of the U.S. House of Representatives where a mob was attempting to pry it open. "Can you see me in the mirror?" Gould, 45, allegedly wrote in a text sent from his cell phone.... ...When Gould arrived at fellow Duluth resident Jonathan Davis Laurens" home, he found him talking to the FBI....

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Sexually transmitted diseases surge in Georgia - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...The 106,180 reported cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis combined in 2021 marked a 17% increase from the year earlier and 60% from 10 years before, according to preliminary data from the Georgia Department of Public Health.... ...Delma Gomez Adisa, director of the health care center in Midtown for AID Atlanta, said she started noticing big increases in STD cases by the middle of last year....

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Spelman expands adult online learning program - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...When Darlene Perkins realized she had a shot at going to Spelman College, she jumped on it. A 35-year-old single mother of two living in Detroit, Perkins had taken a few college courses when she was younger but never finished because she was raising her sons.... ...It's aimed at reaching "diverse learners" to help increase their career mobility and earning potential, said Spelman President Dr. Helene Gayle. Natrice Miller / [email protected]

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Georgia peace officer group strips Clayton Sheriff Victor Hill of certification

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...The Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training Council has stripped Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill of his certification to serve as an officer of the law.... ..."This means he is not a certified peace officer in Georgia," said Chris Harvey, deputy executive director of the council. He added that Hill would have to reapply for certification if he was interested in becoming an officer in the future....

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City of Atlanta sues APS, DeKalb schools over annexation law - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...Two East Atlanta parents want to send their child to Atlanta Public Schools instead of DeKalb after their property was recently annexed by the city. But a state law says the property is still part of DeKalb's school district.... ...Annexation has long been an issue between Atlanta and DeKalb County. In 2017, the county sued the city when it annexed 744 acres that included Emory and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The city settled the suit in 2019 by agreeing to split property taxes for five years....

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